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Workshops:

Characterization of Materials for Fuel Cells
Cell and Stack Technology
Fuel Cell Electrochemistry
Fuel Cell Systems and Applications
Fuel Cell Components
Materials for Fuel Cells
Modelling and Control
Innovative Renewable Energy Technologies
Microbial fuel cell
General

Alessandro Longo, ESRF, France
The singular effect of Ni on the electronic structure in benchmark perovskite used for IT-SOFCs

Byungchan Han,Yonsei University, Seoul , Korea
“First principles design concepts for high functional hybrid interface materials for energy harvesting systems

Claudia D’Urso, CNR-ITAE –Messina (Italy)
“A novel catalyst supported on Ta modified TiO2   prepared by Electrospinning technique for application in PEM fuel cells”

Chong Min Koo,Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Seoul, Republic of Korea”
“All organic composite membrane for electroactive polymer actuator with high power density and fast response

Dario Ferreira Sanchez, Beamline Scientist at microXAS, Paul Scherrer Institut – PSI, Switzerland
2D/3D X-ray µ-XRD and µ-XRF synchrotron studies of Solid Oxide Cells tested under long-term Electrolysis and Fuel modes

Daria BARSUK, Université de Grenoble, SIMaP (Grenoble INP – CNRS), France
Alternative Ag and Co anode catalysts for direct ammonia-borane fuel cells

DENG Huan, Jiangsu Provincial Key Laboratory of Materials Cycling and Pollution Control, School of Geography Science, Nanjing Normal University, China

Du, Bin,Plug Power,Latham New York”
Plug Power’s on-going commercial success in mobile fuel cell applications entitled “Driving on Hydrogen”

Dukjoon Kim,Sungkyunkwan University
Anti-oxidative polymer electrolyte membranes based on poly(arylene ether ketone) for fuel cell

Edip BAYRAM, Akdeniz University, Faculty of Science, Chemistry Department, Turkey
Preperation and characterization of graphene based electrocatalysts for oxygene reduction reactions

Han Byungchan, Yonsei University,Korea
First principles design concepts for high functional hybrid interface materials for energy harvesting systems.”

Jakub Drnec,Research institute  Grenoble, France
“Fuel cells at synchrotrons: in-situ and operando studies of fuel cell materials using high energy X-rays”. 

Karthikeyan Palaniswamy, PSG College of Technology, India
Nano Energy materials and novel flow field design on  Scaling Up Studies on PEMFC 

Keon Jae Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea
Self-powered Flexible Energy Source

Lúcia Brandão, Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, Portugal
Cancer Screening made possible with a Direct Methanol Fuel Cell

Masayoshi HIGUCHI, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS),Japan
Ionically conductive properties of metallo-supramolecular polymers

Maria Giovanna Buonomenna,Consiglio Nazionale dei Chimici (CNC), Italy
Polymer electrolyte membranes from blockcopolymers: the role of microdomain orientation by external field”

Mitsuharu Chisaka, Hirosaki University, Japan
Nitrogen-Doped Titanium Oxide as Cathode Catalyst for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells

Mona Bahout, Université de Rennes 1, France
Neutron diffraction a characterisation tool of SOFC materials under operating conditions

Muhammad Afzal, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Advanced Fuel Cell: Electrolyte-layer Free Fuel Cell as New Energy Conversion Technology

Mohamed Abdelfattah Ibrahim,University of Tabuk saudi Arabia
”fuel cell and nanotechnology”

Olutomisin Orogbemi, University of Sheffield, UK
Gas permeability of porous media used in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells (PEFC)

Pascal Briois ,Universite de technologie de Belfort-Montbeliard,France
“Development and characterization of an IT-SOFC obtained by thin film technologies”

Patrizia Bocchetta, Università del Salento,Italy
Chitosan: a natural polymer for low temperature fuel cells

Rinlee Butch M. Cervera,University of the Philippines Diliman
Development of electrode materials for fuel cell and electrolysis cells application”

Rod Borup, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
The FC-PAD Consortium: Material Degradation in PEM Fuel Cell Electrodes

Sam Park, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Louisville, USA

Ssatoshi Koizumi,Ibaraki University,japan
“Microstructure and water distribution in fuel cell catalyst studied by neutron scattering”

Sonia Estrade,,Electrònica, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain”
Understanding mesoporous materials for high temperature energy applications through advanced TEM techniques

Tomaz Katrasnik. University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
A transient mechanistically based real-time capable system level model of PEM fuel cells 

Tsan-Yao,National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu
Crystal shape controlled H2 storage rate in nanoporous carbon composite with ultra-fine Pt nanoparticle

Valentina Margaria, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Center for Sustainable future technologies, Italy
Bio-Active EnCapsulation (BAEC) Technology to produce bio-nanofibers for the optimization of Microbial Fuel Cell

Viresh Dutta, Photovoltaic Laboratory, Centre for Energy Studies, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
Study of Photovoltaic-Fuel Cell Based Grid Connected Microgrid having Hydrogen Storage

Yu-Dan Chien,National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
“Using synchrotron radiation small angle X-ray scattering fot quantitative characterization of MWNTs-supported Ru-Pt nanocatalysts for fuel cell applications”.

Yen-Chun Lai,National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu , Taiwan.
Impacts of inductive restructure and oxygen reduction activity of NiOcore@NiPtshell nanocrystallite by interacting with Au ion”